Frequently Asked Questions
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No, Somerset Community College is one of the 16 colleges in the Kentucky Community & Technical College System. The bachelor’s degrees will be offered by four-year universities and they will be using space on the SCC Somerset Campus.
The partnering universities are Eastern Kentucky University, Lindsey Wilson College, Morehead State University, University of Kentucky and Western Kentucky University.
No, specific degrees will be based on student, community and workforce needs.
Each bachelor’s degree program is specific. You could enroll immediately following the semester you graduate from Somerset or in the fall of the next upcoming academic year. Be sure to talk to the advisor from the specific college you are interested in for more details.
There will be a variety of delivery methods, including face-to-face, hybrid (classes taught online but taken at Somerset Community College or one of our satellite campuses), and 100% online.
Tuition rates will be determined by each participating university.
No, SCC scholarships are for students attending Somerset Community College.
Yes, students will not have to pay for room and board nor parking passes which is a substantial savings for students.
Yes, each partnering university will have staff available to assist with admission, financial aid, advising and registration.
Yes, you will be able to apply for admission and will need to meet with a university advisor once those have been determined.
For more information, contact the University Center of Southern Kentucky at (606) 451-6667 or email@example.com.